JKI State Editor v1.6.0
Copyright © 2010, BOBILLIER ERIC
All rights reserved.
Author: BOBILLIER ERIC & Ton Plomp
LAVA Name: BOBILLIER ERIC
Contact Info: Contact via PM on lavag.org
JKI Right Click Framework
oglib_array & oglib_string
This tool is a right click framework plug_in. it's use for edit easily string constant in in JKI state machine.
How use it:
Select one string constant in jki STM structure , run JKi RCF and choose JKI State Editor.
Installation and instructions:
This tool is package in .ogpb file. Please use VIPM for installation.
Examples of use:
If after using this tool, Undo action to return to initial string constant,is impossible.
It's bug of scripting feature.
Please look this tread for more details.
all jki Team especialy PJM , and of course Ton Plomp, and Bjarne Joergensen
v1.0.0: Initial release of the code.
v1.0.1: bug correction
v1.1.0: bug correction
v1.2.1: Ton modification
v1.2.2: Cleanup code for submission.(8.2 and up)
v1.3.1: New features and bugs correction (sorry only compatible with LV8.6 and up)
v1.4.1: New features and bugs correction (sorry only compatible with LV8.6 and up) see Revision Note
v1.4.2: New features and bugs correction (sorry only compatible with LV8.6 and up) see Revision Note
v1.5.0: New features and bugs correction (sorry only compatible with LV8.6 and up) see Revision Note
v1.6.0: New features.
* Now String States constant always grow at left and justify left when modify.
* Now only case structure connect to argument tunnel populate arguments list.
* You can right click on arguments list and add one case not previously define.
Run only if one case structure allready exist and connect to argument tunnel.
* Now String constant is colorize with different colors for arguments, comments
and lock states when you update it. Like that string constant text become more readable.
Colors can be configure in Rcf options.
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If you have any problems with this code or want to suggest features:
please go to lavag.org and Navigate to LAVA > Resources > Code Repository (Certified) and
search for the "JKI State Editor" support page.
This code was downloaded from the LAVA Code Repository found at lavag.org